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Transfers from Gold Coast Airport to Brisbane

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Gold Coast is a major coastal city in the south-eastern part of Queensland. This is one of the most populated and iconic areas in the entire state of Queensland. Transfers from Gold Coast Airport to Brisbane the northernmost point of the city is located around 42 kilometres away from the Central Business District in Brisbane while the metropolitan area moves southwards till Tweed Heads in New South Wales. The metropolitan area of the Gold Coastmerges with Greater Brisbane and is home to more than 3 million people. The first ever settlement was established at Redcliffe while explorer John Oxley landed in the region in the year 1823. The abundant supply of red cedar in the region started drawing more and more people from over the world and other parts of Australia till Southport were steadily established as a holiday destination for residents of Brisbane from 1875 onwards.

The Gold Coast region experienced a huge boom post the founding of the Surfers Paradise Hotel in the 1920s. However, the real boom was experienced by the region in the 1980s particularly with regard to tourism and the year 1994 saw the expansion of the local government's area to include much of the metropolitan area. Gold Coast is now a leading destination for tourists and offers several surfing beaches, water systems, canals and a marvellous skyline along with rainforest hinterland, theme parks, nightlife and a sunny subtropical climate. The city will also be the official host of the Commonwealth Games in the year 2018. The city was originally called the South Coast owing to its located in respect to Brisbane. However, real estate development, inflated realty prices and other such developments led to the present acronym. This now refers to the posh holiday strip extending from Southport to Coolangatta. The tourism industry started growing in the 1950s here and local businesses started incorporating the new name into their businesses and the official renaming took place in the year 1958.

Gold Coast is the sixth largest city in Australia and half its area is covered by several forests including mangrove islands, ancient rainforests, coast heathlands and farmlands in addition to uncleared eucalypt forests. Pine forests were planted in the area in the 1950s and 60s. Commercial forest planting for tax minimization was a practice encourage by local governments earlier. It is this forest covered natural biodiversity that lends a new dimension to the city. The Albert River is what separates Gold Coast from Brisbane's Logan City. The Gold Coast city extends from Beenleigh and Russell Island to the border with New South Wales and the foothills of the Great Dividing Range in the Lamington National Park which is a listed World Heritage site.

Waterfront canal living is a unique feature of the Gold Coast. There are several homes with pontoons and canal frontage. The Gold Coast Seaway that runs between the South Stradbroke Island and The Spit offers direct access to the Pacific Ocean for vessels from several canal estates and The Broadway. Breakwaters prevent any longshore drifting and silting up of the bars. Several residential canals were built in the city from the 1950s onwards and construction of the same still continues. There are several extensions to the Nerang River which have been used for these purposes along with the Isle of Capri and the Florida Gardens. River links and Harbor Quays are two such well known canals and the residential waterfront index spans at least 890 kilometres and houses around 80, 000 residents.

There are several popular beaches in the city including The Spit, Surfers Paradise, Main Beach, Mermaid Beach, Broadbeach, Nobby Beach, Burleigh Heads, Burleigh Beach, Miami, Palm Beach, Coolangatta, Rainbow Bay and Snapper Rocks among others. Other beaches along the navigable tidal waterways of the Gold Coast include Jacobs Well, Harley Park Labrador, Santa Barbara and Marine Stadium among others. The Gold Coast city is now one of the fastest growing urban cities in the country and its Gross Regional Product now stands at a whopping A$ 15.6 billion and more! Tourism lures almost 10 million people to the city every year while businesses like construction, marine businesses, food, creative, environment, spots, information technology and communication dominate the business landscape.

Tourism pumps approximately $4.4 billion into the local economy each year and leads to the creation of one out of every four jobs here. There are at least 500 restaurants, 40 golf courses, 5 theme parks and a mindboggling 100, 000 hectares of natural reserves. The Gold Coast Airport offers connectivity to all parts of Australia through airlines like Jetstar, Virgin Australia, Flyscoot, Airasia X, Tiger Airways, Qantas, Air New Zealand and others. The Brisbane Airport is an hour away from the Gold Coast city centre. Direct train links are offered between the city and Brisbane. The city is also a hub for film production in Australia. Warner Brothers has its studios located here and many Scooby Doo films have been filmed here along with other Hollywood and Bollywood films and television series episodes for UK and Germany audiences. Village Road show Studios is also present in the area along with the Warner Bros Movie World Theme Park.

Several films and television episodes offer local employment and several other incentives for the population. Big Brother Australia, H20: Just Add Water, The Strip, The Mole and other Australian television shows have been shot here at shopping malls, Warner Bros. Movie World, Sea World, White Water World, Dream world, Burleigh Heads and the Pacific Fair Shopping Centre. The Arts Centre at Gold Coast is a major attraction for those who love performing and visual arts. This consists of a performance theatre, underground venue called The Basement and two cinemas. The theatre has seen performances from the likes of the Imperial Russian Ballet Company, Queensland Ballet and the Australian Ballet Company. Several plays, performances and musicals keep taking place here throughout the year. Additionally, several film festivals are also scheduled to take place throughout the year.

There is a comedy club that draws global artists from across the world while there is a planned Gold Coast Cultural Precinct that will be developed and functional by 2018 when the Commonwealth Games gets underway. Now, booking a transfer with Black Bow Chauffeur in Gold Coast promises to be an easy and hassle free affair by all means! Book your private transfer Gold Coast, Transfers from Gold Coast Airport to Brisbane today and get started today!